It’s a gorgeous long weekend here in England – it’s warm and the sun is shining, two things that don’t happen here all the time. I’m heading outside to enjoy it, and I hope you’ve got some nice weather, too. But if you’re stuck with the dreary end of winter,
I’m back from a few weeks of travelling – a fun mix of conferences and holiday – and I’m happy to be home. I’m particularly excited that I’ll be here in England for the Global Azure Bootcamp in just a few weeks.
For the April security release, we are releasing fixes for vulnerabilities that impact Azure DevOps Server 2019, TFS 2018, TFS 2017, and TFS 2015. These vulnerabilities were found through our Azure DevOps Bounty Program. Thanks to everyone who has been participating in this program.
At the Microsoft Reactor in London this morning, Donovan Brown announced that customers can now create Azure DevOps organizations and choose that their data will be hosted in the UK Azure geography.
For the March security release, we are releasing a fix for a cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in release management (CVE-2019-0777). This impacts TFS 2017 and TFS 2018. We are releasing patches for TFS 2018 Update 3.2, TFS 2018 Update 1.2,
Today, we announced the release of Azure DevOps Server 2019, the evolution of Team Foundation Server. This is the first release of our new brand and new navigation. You can read about the new features in our release notes.
Here are some key links:
Azure DevOps Server 2019 ISO
Azure DevOps Server 2019 Web Install
Thanks to everyone who installed our release candidates and sent us feedback.
I don’t know why but it seems like some weeks are just busier than others for everybody. And y’all have obviously been busy, because this week I got so many notifications about Agile, DevOps, GitHub and Azure DevOps articles in my inbox that it was hard to keep up.
Modern software moves quickly and demands more from developers than ever. New CI/CD tools can help developers deliver value faster and more transparently, but the need for customized scripts that address different kinds of edge solutions still presents a challenge for some CI/CD pipelines.
I hope you had another great week – I certainly did! I had the good fortune to spend time building out some fun container-based Azure Pipelines builds for open source projects. Expect a blog post on that soon! In the meantime,
We're pleased to announce that we now have a public preview of Azure DevOps extension for the Azure CLI which is available cross platform. The extension allows you to experience Azure DevOps from the command line, bringing the capability to manage Azure DevOps right to your fingertips!